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1806. Massachusetts has 450,061 tons tween the rivers arkansaw and rio of shipping. iii. 122.
del norte, are estimated at 53,890, 1806 and 7. State of thermometer at of whom, 15,720 are warriors. ii. nantucket and salem. ii. 22.
30. 1807. Boston athenæum established. Indians between the arkansaw i. 139.
and missouri rivers are estimated Duke's county contains 350 in- at 37,839, of whom 10,152 are dians, a few only of whom are
of warriors. ii, 39. pure blood. jj. 93. 94.
Indians west of the mississippi, Plainfield, massachusetts, incor- and north of the missouri river and porated. viii, 172.
the lakes, in the united states, are Indians on nantucket are two estiinated at 15,900, of whom men, and six women. iii. 36.
4100 are warriors. ii. 44; and the 1808. Massachusetts Pharmacopeia
Indians in the british territory, published by drs. į jackson, and within the same bounds, are estij. c. warren, i. 115.
mated at 35,550, of whom 9800 Mashpee contains 357 indians, are warriors. ii. 44. of impure blood. iii. 4.
1142 children instructed at the Dec. 10. Governour J. Sulli- primary and other town schools van dies. i. 254.
in charlestown, mass. ii. 184. 1809. Medical lectures are transfer- 1815. Sept. 28. (Sept. 23. See x.
red from cambridge to boston. i. 45.) Great gale in new england. 115.
iv. 264. 265. Tyngsborough, massachusetts, New Hampshire contains 144 incorporated. iv. 196.
ministers of the gospel, 162 attor1810. May 9. General Lincoln dies. nies at law, 1007 justices of the iii. 250.
peace, 184 representatives, 37 regJonathan Lambert, an american, iments of militia. iv. 79. becomes the first settler of the Indians at herring pond, ply,
island of tristan d'acunha. ii. 125. mouth, are about 50, and of mixed 1811. Rev. Wm. Emerson, of boston, blood. iii, 201. iv. 302. dies. i. 256.
Plymouth contains 409 dwell1812. Narraganset indians are 150. ings. ii. 168. ii. 47.
1816. Deaths in boston are 904. vii. June 9. Rev. J. S. Buckmin- 134. ster dies. ii. 271.
Feb. 29. Rev. Peter Whitney 1813. Rev. Dr. John Eliot, of boston, dies. vii. 177. dies. j. 226.
1817. Deaths in boston are 907. viii. The first instance of the dis- 40. 41. charge of a cargo, at plymouth, 1818. March 17. Rev. J. McKean, of a vessel from beyond the cape
D. D. LL. D. dies. viii. 164. of good hope. iii. 197.
April 25. Caleb Gannett, Esq. The choctaw squaws manufac- dies. viii. 279. ture 18,000 or 20,000 yards of 1819. July 8. Hon. W. Tudor dies. cloth. ii. 22.
viji. 285. 1814. British ships burn vessels at 1821. There are 131 persons more wareham, mass. iv. 288.
than 70 years old in Rochester, The general court of massachu. massachusetts, being one thirtieth setts, to encourage the publication of its population. x. 39. of hubbards's history of new eng
Jan. 10. Hon. Joshua Thomas land, purchase some hundreds of dies. X. 1. copies. ii. 281.
Sept. Hon. James Winthrop İndians in the united states, dies. x. 77. west of the alleghany mountains, 1822. Oct. 3. William Danbridge are estimated at 70,115, of whom Peck, Esq. professor of natural 18,204 are warriors. ii. 20.
history in harvard college, dies. Indians in lower louisiana, be- x. 161.
A GENERAL INDEX TO THE TEN VOLUMES OF THE SECOND
ty. i. 1.
P. stands for Prince.
name of a county in virginia. iii. 175.
Acco-kesaws, indians, their number,
Accomack. i. 46. 47.57. (xx.)
Accord pond. iv. 220. vii. 115-117.
Accord pond shares, vii. 122.
probably by stephen hopkins. ix.
before the king and council.
Accushnet river. iv. 303.
Ackanootus, an indian. iv. 293.
Ackers, john. ii. 144.
Ackers, william. ii. 144.
vii. 114. its boundaries, incorpo. Act of uniformity. i. (xxix.)
114. 115. 117. effects Act respecting french protestants. i.
Acts respecting plymouth schools. iv.
les' dictionary of, seized and placed Acts respecting mashpee indians. iii.
in harvard college library. viii. 253. 10.
Acushnet river. iii. 18. 19.
Adams, rev. zahdiel, of lunenburg. i.
Adams, nathan. j. 181.
Adams, ashur. ii. 181.
ment, named northampton county. Adams, hon. john. his dissertation on
canon and civil law. i. (xxvii.)
286. x. 64. his letter to j. tudor. | Admiralty court in england, a ship
produces disturbances. vi. 474. 475.
setts, 1666. viii. 101.
chusetts. vi. 426.
in massachusetts by the death of
Advertisement to dr. edward's obser-
by j. pickering. 8. 81–84.
Africa has 276 languages. ix. iii.
a distiller in lancas- Agamenticus granted to capt. cham-
pernoon and mr. gorges. v. 224.
of massachusetts. iii. 249. his de- york, maine, comes under the juris-
Aganemo, sachem of the nianticks,
Agar, william, sworn a freeman of
Agawam. i. (iv.) or ipswich, saga.
its settlement. v. 155.
ordered to be planted by j. win-
to plant it; names of its ten first
forbidden to enter english houses.
x. 25. secretary of massachusetts. by tarratines, or eastern indians. P.
the church of england, froin on 308.
Agawam, now westfield river. x. 41.
settled. ii. 187. leased and sold.
now wareham. iv. 285.
charles ü. and earl clarendon about iii. 175. 164. iv. 286.
charter rights. vii. 98–109. Agawam, or agawaam, lands appropri-
of the mithridates. ix. 231. Ager, jonathan. viii. 106.
authors of the mithridates. ix. 231. Agissawamg indians. ii. 66.
massachusetts to sell lands for pay- Agues, shaking, early in massachu-
setts. iv. 102.
wards earl of sterling, has nova
his right to nova scolia to la tour.
vi. 483. nova scotia granted to.
the soldiers who were preparing for Alexander, robert. x. 179.
Alford, john, of charlestown, his do-
the gospel amongst the indians. ii.
Alger, ebiezer. vii. 160.
Algonquin indians, their language. ii.
6. 7. 10–12.
assistant at plymouth colony. vii. served in massachusetts. viii. 73.
nichols and others, to massachusetts
general court. vii. 64.
general court of massachusetts for
citizens and magistrates. viii. 74.
Allegiance, complaints of the king's
commissioners about. viii. 76. 78.
35. 201. his letter on earthquakes with a salvo. viii. 88. 91.
Allegiance, oath of, required by the
Allegiance, engagement of in rhode
island. vii. 96.
Allegiance altered in rhode island.
Allen, rev. james, of brookline, his
148. 153. 156.
Allen, mrs. mary, her donation of
church plate to brookline. ii. 153.
new hampshire. iii. 120.
no- Allen, rev. james, of boston. ii. 101.
senior fellow of harvard college.
at court of assistants. vii. P. 32. Allen, john, of scituate. iv. 239.
- iv. 199.
Allen, rev. thomas, of charlestown. ii. Alluvial soil at middlebury, vermont.
ix. 125. 126.
vii. 1.9. answers president chaun- cut. vii. 125.
many very accurate. vii. P. 17.
Amber found at nantucket. iii. 27.
Ambrose, ship, rear admiral of the
fleet for new england.
commanded by capt. john low. 128.
iv. 94. and of cape elizabeth. vii. saved by capt. peirce in the lyon.
v. 140. vii. P. 19.
America, origin of its name. V.8. its
270-273. 276. reasons showing
england. ix. 64. has 1214 lan-
guages. ix. (iii.)
American academy of arts and scien-
ces incorporated. j. 112.
American museum (carey's) referred
to. x. 81.82.
American farmer, letters of. iii. 37.
American recorder. ii. 169.
observations on by j. pickering, esq.
Americus, his discoverics.
at plymouth colony. v. 67. sent Ames, david. vii. 154.
Ames, thomas. vii. 159.
Ames, fisher, his descent. vii. 166.
154. viii. 298. his letter to
congress at new york. viii. 316.
his letters to w. tudor. viii. 317.,
318. 320. 322. ditto about national